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Poor News Network On KPFA 94.1 Morning Mix March 6,2014
March 17, 2014 04:21 PM PDT
Poor News Network On KPFA 94.1 Morning Mix March 6,2014 reports on the ongoing Privatization of Public Housing in the Bay Area with an interview of Sabrina Carter who's Family is facing eviction in the Western Edition, and also a Segment on the Bracero Program and an interview with Pablo Paredes from 67 Dreams.Landless Peoples Movement across Mother Earth
January 28, 2014 01:35 PM PST
Landless Peoples Movements are segments supporting and Reporting on the Grassroots, self-determined, non-hierarchical, autonomous, Landless Peoples Movements across Pacha Mama, Poor News Network interviews Arnoldo Garcia from the Chiapas Support Committee and Vinia Castro from the Mayab Mayan Community about the 20th anniversary of the uprising of the Zapatista and the connection to Native American struggle, and the new conscience of Mestizo people who are more and more are recognizing their indigenous heritage.Poor News Network on KPFA morning Mix January 2014
January 27, 2014 04:18 PM PST
POOR Magazine report and support Dinyal New a mother in East Oakland who lost her two sons by the senseless violence in the streets of Oakland, also a circle Solution Talk by mothers Needa Be, And Sherena Thomas from the Peoples Medic.Poor News Network(PNN Radio) on KPFA 94.1 Morning MIx December 2014
January 07, 2014 04:12 PM PST
Revolutionary Radio Class Fall of 2013 presents Podcast created by the Graduate students speaking out on Worker Discrimination,Coal Mining, Border Fascism and Gentrifukation in the Bay Area.Poor News Network( PNN RAdio) on KPFA 94.1 morning mix December 2014
January 07, 2014 03:23 PM PST
PNN Radio, Poor magazine support and Report from the rally in Oakland to demand justice for A 19-year-0ld young woman, Ranisha McBride, who was shot to death seeking help after surviving a car accident late at night in Detroit, also the new Ellis Act report displacing teachers in San Francisco and the segment from a recent graduate from the PNN radio Class about GentriFukation in San Francisco.Mega-Mineras Contaminando La tierra/ Mega-Mining Companies Polluting the Earth
January 06, 2014 03:45 PM PST
Mega-Mineras Contaminando La tierra/ Mega-Mining Companies Polluting the Earth in GuatemalaEl Abuso de los Trabajadores por su Propia Gente/The Abuse on Workers by their own People
December 17, 2013 04:52 PM PST
El Abuso de los Trabajadores por su Propia Gente
Este segmento se trata de los trabajadores indocumentados que somos maltratados por nuestra popria raza y no podemos decir nada porque no tenemos papeles. Por lo mismo, nos aguantamos el maltrato del nuestros patrones aun que ellos tampoco tengan papeles
This segment is about undocumented workers who are mistreated by their on Raza and are not able to say anything because we do not have papers. Similarly, we tolerate the mistreatment done unto us by our bosses even if they too are undocumented.Amerikkkan ethnic cleansing San Francisco style !
December 10, 2013 04:24 PM PST
Gentrifukation racial profiling and increased evictions of people of color in San Francisco the alleged most progressive city in the USBruce Living Large
December 10, 2013 04:24 PM PST
Activist living large, a segment about Activism and the pimping on the Non-profit industrial complex.POOR Magazine on 94.1fm KPFA morning mix November 2013
December 10, 2013 02:22 PM PST
Moma Skolar Needa Bee speaks about the typhoon in the Philippines, and June Bug speaks on the slow take over of our poor people housing section 8, take over by non-profits and corporations.
Revolutionary Radio of unheard voices struggling with poverty, racism, disability, incarceration, migration/immigration. Locally- and globally-produced youth, adult and elder poverty scholars at POOR Magazine.
POOR magazine© is a literary, visual arts based community organization founded by a previously homeless, currently at-risk, mother daughter team. POOR provides vocational training, creative arts and literacy education, new and multi-media access to very low and no income adults and children in the Bay Area, with the goal of deconstructing the margins of class and race oppression. Our programs include an intensive Media Studies program which teaches investigative journalism, photo-journalism, multi-media and broadcasting to bay area residents transitioning off of welfare who desire to be heard and seen within several highly inaccessible media industries. To further accomplish our goals, we produce an intentionally glossy, nationally distributed literary magazine, as well as a high quality on-line magazine and our newest adventure; Poor News Network© (PNN).
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